The state gaming commission has records showing more than 200 telephone calls between former commission chairman Robert Wolfson and a lawyer for one of the casino companies the commission licenses. And Wolfson admits he never reported any of those calls to the commission, as required. Wolfson has admitted improper contacts with lawyer Michael Lazaroff, who represented Station Casinos. Lazaroff has testified at a commission hearing that company officials sometimes had him run ideas by Wolfson before they were made public. The commission has voted to revoke the licenses for Station casinos in St. Charles and Kansas City because the company refused to come to the hearings.
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